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Description: In this episode of William F. Buckley's Firing Line television show, Jerry Brown and several journalists join Buckley.
Firing Line Program Catalog: Jerry Brown was Ronald Reagan's successor as governor; his father, Pat Brown, had been Reagan's predecessor. Governor Brown the younger would later become known as a flake, "Governor Moonbeam"; in this discussion, primarily of desegregation, he comes across as straightforward and well spoken. Brown: "I would leave this [busing] to the sound discretion of the judiciary, and see what happens." Buckley: "You wouldn't leave it to the unsound discretion of the judiciary?" Brown: "Well, that's a phrase that lawyers use. Whenever the word 'discretion' is used, you usually preface it with the word 'sound'-- and maybe that's more a hope than a description."
Source: 1 Tape of 1: 2 inch videotape: Quad
Additional Source Information: Program S0204, PBS-514. Master loaned from the Library of Congress.
Collection: Firing Line broadcasts
Program Number: s0202
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This movie is part of the collection: Hoover Institution Archives, Stanford University
Producer: Southern Educational Communications Association (SECA)
Production Company: Southern Educational Communications Association (SECA)
Audio/Visual: Sound, Color
Keywords: californialightandsound; Buckley, William F. (William Frank), 1925-2008; Brown, Jerry, 1938-; Valencia, Manuel; Keppel, Bruce; Sparrow, Glen; School integration -- California; Liberalism -- California; California
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One of the best minds of his age.
Miles Gone By: A Literary Autobiography is his best book and captures the man the best. The Unmaking of a Mayor, about his run for NYC mayor, is also excellent, but sadly out of print.